By Heather Wood
24 Princess Way, Swansea SA1 5HE
Zinco Lounge is a relaxed atmosphere, full of character. A large restaurant, decorated with different tables, chairs, and paintings most likely scored at multiple boot sales both add a unique character to the place. This is a perfect place for Brunch and you’re sure to experience something new with their distinctive menu. While you’re likely to spend at least £10 it makes a pricey breakfast, but its worth it. The friendly staff and the welcoming atmosphere (Dogs are welcome) make Zinco Lounge a place to visit at least once!
4 Whitewalls, Swansea, City Centre, Swansea SA1 3AA
Crepe Vine is an ever-changing wonder. They offer an impressive amount of choice, a mountain of sweet or savory served on waffle or crepes, of which you can pair with mouth-watering milkshakes or home-brewed tea. What makes this place special are the inventive ideas that this restaurant presents to its customers, far from the boring topping of Nutella or lemon and sugar, the Crepe Vine invites you out of your comfort zone for a breakfast that you won’t be forgetting quickly. The Crepe Vine tends to cost around £5/6 per crepe.
63 Uplands Crescent, Uplands, Swansea SA2 0EY
When moving to University and a to new town it’s important to experience those iconic places that make it special. The Uplands Diner can be argued to be one of those places. Uplands Diner serves over 19 different breakfast from your traditional to your not so traditional for example curries and steaks. They are also home to the famous ‘MegaBeast’ – are you brave enough to finish it? Uplands Diner also offers a delivery service on ‘Just Eat’ so if you are unable to leave your home for whatever reason, that doesn’t mean you can’t go without Uplands Diner. At student prices, this place finds an important place in every student’s heart.
1b, National Waterfront Museum, Swansea Marina, SA1
A new restaurant on the scene, this place offers another food twist to experience. One impressive aspect of this restaurant is nearly all of their food is supplied by local suppliers. Their hipster-like menu presents items such as avocado, poached egg, and bacon on artisan toast. Their presentation and care is what sets this restaurant apart from others. Located on the marina, this offers a fantastic view and an opportunity for a lovely walk after breakfast.
Unit 2 St. Davids Square | Unit 4, Swansea SA1 3LG
Last on our list is a quaint café that offers value and an inviting atmosphere. Where every meal is made fresh, this restaurant is a great option for a quick breakfast. The Cwtch is located right in the center of town, making it easy to grab a delicious breakfast before your busy day. The Cwtch is authentic welsh café that is sure to bring a great start to anyone’s day.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]